Tag Archives: American/General

Dry Powder

by Sarah Burgess

“Frighteningly funny . . . [a] timely play.” —Marilyn Stasio, Variety

100 Selected Poems

by e.e. cummings

“No one else has ever made avant-garde, experimental poems so attractive both to the general and the special reader; since the early twenties, cummings…

S O S

by Amiri Baraka

The definitive selection of Amiri Baraka’s dynamic poetry—comprising more than five decades of groundbreaking, controversial work—with new, previously unpublished, and uncollected poems.

Roots in a Parched Ground, Convicts, Lily Dale, The Widow Claire

by Horton Foote

The beginning of Horton Foote’s classic nine-play Orphans’ Home Cycle that follows one family at the turn of the 20th Century to the beginning…

Reunion & Dark Pony

by David Mamet

“Reunion is a poem for two voices–and a distinguished and remarkable one.” –Edith Oliver, The New Yorker

The Revisionist

by Jesse Eisenberg

The second play by award-winning actor and emerging playwright Jesse Eisenberg.

Wyoming

by Terry McDonell

Wyoming (The Lost Poems) introduces a sharp new voice that rings true in image and narrative, from the boomtowns of Wyoming to the after-hours…

The Woods, Lakeboat, Edmond

by David Mamet

“[Mamet’s] language has never been so precise, pure, and affecting.”–Richard Eder, The New York Times

With a Moon in Transit

by Jacqueline Osherow

“Marked by an inimitable anecdotal expansiveness and uncompromising control, Jacqueline Osherow’s poems are among the most ambitious being written. Here is a poet who…

The Whole Five Feet

by Christopher Beha

“Disarming . . . Unpretentious . . . The Whole Five Feet reads like a charming college syllabus, written by a warm-hearted professor, who…